Suwon FC striker Lars caught driving under the influence “I followed the manual”

Suwon FC striker Ras.

Professional soccer K League 1 Suwon FC striker Lars Bendtvik (31, Netherlands) was arrested for drunk driving. His team, Suwon FC, plans to terminate his contract.

“We heard about Lars’ drunk driving, and we will report it to the city of Suwon and the Korean Football Association,” Choi Soon-ho, head coach of Suwon FC, said on July 7. “For big issues (like drunk driving), we plan to proceed according to the manual.”

In the past, foreign players who have been caught drinking and driving in the K League have had their contracts terminated and left the Korean scene.

In July of last year, Kunimoto, who was playing for Jeonbuk Hyundai, and Jonatan of FC Anyang left South Korea after being caught driving under the influence of alcohol in April of this year. Both were suspended for 60 days by the Korean Football Association and had their contracts terminated by their clubs.

Police caught Rath driving drunk on a road near Sinsa Station in Gangnam-gu, Seoul at around 4 a.m. that day. His blood alcohol content was measured at more than 0.08 percent, which is enough to revoke his license. He had no passengers.

Born in the Netherlands, Lars was a former South African international who made his K League debut in a Jeonbuk jersey in 2020. However, after struggling in Jeonbuk, he was transferred to Suwon FC after six months.

Ras is the main striker for Suwon FC, where he has scored 35 goals in three seasons in the K League 1. This season, 카지노사이트 he led Suwon FC’s offense with nine goals and five assists, the most on the team.

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